Daytona's NOCINO, 2 yrs old

Fiber / Scientific Data

2018-05-14total weight: 5.5lbs, mean staple: 84.8 mm

black Color Champion

Daytona's Nocino

ARI# 35237709   D.O.B. 6/25/2017  (3 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Bay Black

Full Peruvian
Sire: Crescent Moon's Daytona | ARI# 32670752  | True Black 
Dam: AHarmony's Juliaetta | ARI# 32084948  | medium fawn 



Stud Fee:

$700 $500 in 2020
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We are starting NOCINO as a junior herdsire in 2020 at a discounted stud fee of $500 for drive-by breedings. He produced another amazing fleece this year (6 lbs of blanket!) and is looking quite studly. Mobile breedings available for an additional travel cost.

Daytona's Nocino is an up and coming junior herdsire with an "Advanced Fleece". He has won top awards, including black male Color Champion at the 2019 AOA National Fleece Show and Judge's Choice from the AAWO Spin-Off.

Nocino's sire, multi-champion Crescent Moon's Daytona, is consistently producing a high percentage of black offspring along with other beautiful colors like maroon and grey. He passes his incredible density and uniformity to offspring along with a well balanced conformation. Plus he and his offspring are holding their fineness year after year.

Nocino's dam, AHarmony's Juliaetta, is a top ribbon winner with her fleece as well, with a fineness of 19.2 microns at 4 years of age and only 1.4% over 30. She has wonderful bone substance and a really beautiful head. Her genetics hold depth in fineness (Rico Suave and Victor), and strong color including black and grey. She has become a foundation female for us, producing truly advanced offspring.

Nocino will be a tough one to let go, but he is related to most of our herd with both Banderas and Daytona in his lineage. We will also consider selling half interest.


'Advanced Fleece' Award - AOA National Fleece Show
2018 - 1st place AOA National Fleece Show
2019 - 1st & Color Champion AOA National Fleece Show
1st place AAWO 2019 Spin-Off
Flexible financing available on most purchases.

Updated 5/26/2020